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Persona 5 Royal is shaping up as the definitive game in the popular JRPG series, as DLC for the upgraded version of Persona 5 will introduce the protagonists of 2006’s Persona 3 and 2008’s Persona 4 to the game.Persona 3‘s Makoto and Persona 4‘s Yu, as they are named in the anime adaptations and spinoffs, will not be joining the Phantom Thieves of Hearts though.According to the final Morgana Report, they will be added to Persona 5 Royal as boss fights.Makoto and Yu will be added as DLC to Persona 5 Royal, where they can be challenged by players in the Velvet Room.It appears that the matches will not be easy though, as Yu is shown in the video dealing significant damage with a lightning attack by his Persona, Izanagi.It remains unclear what players will get from beating the protagonists of the two previous games in the series.
Atlus has been teasing a new edition of the wildly popular Japanes RPG Persona 5 and the cat is finally out of the bag.Persona 5 The Royale has been officially revealed and the team outlined new additions to game in a trailer.Persona 5 The Royale will launch in Japan on October 31, with an English version coming sometime in 2020.The game looks like it will be an enhanced version of Persona 5, similar to how Persona 3 FES and Persona 4 Golden updated and expanded on their original titles.As far as the story goes, it will include the third semester of our hero’s lives, which was not told in Persona 5.In the trailer, we see a new area to explore called Kichijoji, multiple new social links, a new aquarium, a bar where players can play darts or pool, and a fresh addition to the game’s Phantom Thieves.
Ultimate players have been waiting on details for the game’s 3.0 update for a long time.They’ve also been waiting for news on when Joker, who hails from Persona 5 and is the first DLC fighter for Ultimate, would drop.Late last night, Nintendo finally answered all of the questions fans have in a 15-minute video that appeared with no warning at all.Joker’s moveset is detailed in the video you see embedded below, and it seems that he’s going to be a strong addition to the roster.He can even summon the Persona Arsene in battle, which makes him stronger by augmenting his abilities.Obviously, we’ll need to see how Joker actually performs in-game, but judging from this run down, it seems like he’ll have a lot of tools at his disposal.
Everyone remembers the first time they played a really good video game.The constant surprises of Half-Life, or the drama of Final Fantasy VI, or the stress and catharsis of Far Cry 2.As good as those games were the first time around, they d almost certainly be better the second.They worry I m sacrificing time I could otherwise spend on new games re-experiencing old ones.Almost everyone has books, movies and music that they re-experience over and over.It s more or less accepted that when you really love a TV show or a movie, you watch it over and over to better understand and appreciate it.
1 game in the country right now: Pokémon Go.Nintendo, which refused to make a Pokémon game for the longest time on a smartphone, has finally caved and brought its beloved franchise to the small screen.If you look at all aspects of the game loop — engagement, retention, virality and monetization — it nails pretty much everything on the head.Niantic managed to hit a very rare, exceptional home run on every textbook point of the game s development.But the session time in Pokémon Go can essentially be as long as the player wants, because there is a constant way to increase the length of the session time by walking to more pit-stops.For Pokémon Go, there s just enough friction to inspire players to potentially pay to extend the length of their play session with less work, but also offer them the ability to go out of their way to extend that session time without having to pay.